Dell has announced its new line of premium laptops, the first devices that will come with the new "Comet Lake" processors of the tenth generation of Intel. The computer brand will offer devices for consumer and business users with the names XPS, Inspiron and Vostro.
The company's most iconic brand, the XPS series, is receiving updates for the 13-inch variant, sporting the new tenth Generic Comet Lake processor. The XPS 13 will also feature Dolby Vision for HDR and the option of an 4K ultra HD display, as well as Intel's Wi-Fi 6 chipset, which is said to be "three times faster than the previous generation." The company will launch the project that begins on August 27 for the quadcore Core i7 U-series model starting at $ 899, with a hexacore variant that will arrive later in October.
Dell is also releasing numerous updates to Inspiron laptops , which also come with the latest generation Intel chipset, with the Inspiron 14 7000 is the company's main example.The device, which weighs less than 2½ pounds, comes with a fingerprint reader built into the power button , as well as a screen with 100% RGB color coverage.
Dell is also launching the 2-inch -1s Inspiron 7000 series in 13, 15, and 17-inch sizes, now comes with a USB-C port with support for Thunderbolt 3. The company is also updating numerous laptops in the series 5000, including the Inspiron 14 and 15-inch 2 in 1 and the Inspiron laptops 13, 14 and 15 inches. In addition, Inspiron 3000 series laptops in sizes 14-15 and 17 inches will now offer NVIDIA® GeForce® MX230 graphics as an option for those looking for better video performance.
If the all-in-one suits your style a little better, the company also offers the Inspiron 24 5000 AIO and Inspiron 27 7000 enhanced desktop computers starting this Friday, August 23. The company says the devices are excellent entertainment computers for those with small bedrooms.
For business users, Dell also offers updates on computers Vostro brand laptops with the 13-inch 5000 model. like the 14 and 15-inch 3000 series devices, both with the new tenth-generation Intel Core processors. The 14 and 15-inch variants of the 5000 series laptops will also come with discrete NVIDIA GeForce MX250 graphics along with a TPM 2.0 security chip and an optional fingerprint scanner. The company is also launching its first 5000 series desktop computer, which comes with a ninth-generation Intel Core R processor and graphics up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070.